JIRA subversion plugin error: Error retrieving changes from the repository.

Hi all,

I realise cannot see any commit anymore from the svn. Here is the error i got from the Subversion Repositories.

Repository Root: https://svn.server/svn/132/svndir
Status:
Inactive (svn: timed out waiting for server svn: REPORT request failed on '/svn/132/svndir/!svn/bc/62119')

The similar error was found in the JIRA log as well.

Error retrieving changes from the repository.
org.tmatesoft.svn.core.SVNException: svn: timed out waiting for server
svn: REPORT request failed on '/svn/132/svndir/!svn/bc/62084'
......

The path which has failed does not exist too.

Can please help me out?

Thanks in advance.

1 answer

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Did someone reorganize your svn tree or moved things around? Does an svn log on your svn complete svn tree work? If so, I would follow the directions to reindex the complete svn tree associated with with Jira.

I would rename the index directory instead of deleting it in case it does not recreate.

"If the plugin loads, but you don't see commits:

  • Check that the current user has the View Version Control permission.
  • Have you made any Subversion commits mentioning JIRA issue keys? If not, obviously you won't see any links in JIRA.
  • If in doubt of your configuration, try deleting the Subversion plugin's index on disk. This is the <tt>plugins/atlassian-subversion-revisions</tt> directory found under the index directory (check Administration -> Indexing for this). Then restart JIRA. Watch the logs for any errors."


Hi, thanks for your response.

do you know how to check the svn complete svn tree work?

I have tried to delete the subversion plugin indexes already.

Check your Jira logs. there should be no exceptions and the latest updates should be showing up on the commit panel.

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